Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren (GRG) program provides free services to grandparents who reside in the same home as related children in kinship care in Oakland, Livingston, and Macomb Counties. Program includes workshops, support groups, and intergenerational activities.

Additional contact information can be found on our informational flyer
Interactive seminars on a variety of important topics including: health and wellness, parenting, and legal issues.
Support Groups
In-person and virtual support group meetings let grandparents meet others who are in a similar position and can relate to the ups and downs of their situation.
Intergenerational Activities
Finding common points of interest with your grandchild can be difficult. GRG helps by providing events and activities that grandparents and grandchildren can enjoy together. 
Monthly E-mail Blasts
Registered grandparents will receive monthly e-mail blasts and mailings containing useful resources. 
Want to sign up for the program or learn more information about it?


Must be an Oakland, Livingston or Macomb County resident.
Must reside in the same household as relative children in Kinship Care.


GRG Intake
Coming soon!
Contact for document.
Print out, sign and date.
GRG Household Demographics
Coming soon! 
Contact for document.
You need to mail the release form to:
Attn: Lisa Grodsky
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
PO Box 430598
Pontiac, MI 48343-0598

Or fax it to 248-209-2777


Your donations allow us to help even more older adults in need!
Mail donation checks payable to OLHSA to:
OLHSA, Attn: Older Adult Services, 196 Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, PO Box 430598, Pontiac, MI 48343-0598.


Impact 100 Oakland County

In 2020, Impact 100 Oakland County funded the Gigabytes for Grand-families project. This project helped provide 20-25 Oakland County Grandparents Raising Grandchildren a computer, internet service, and training for 24 months. Participants learned to care for and use their devices to increase their individual computer skill level.

Participants completed budgeting classes focused on saving for future purchases and internet service after the Gigabytes project ended. They also attended many virtual meetings that supported ways to thrive.

Helpful Kinship Care Links

Resources on supporting healthy child development and tools for addressing  common challenging situations when raising young children.
Kinship Care Resource Center (Michigan State University)
Information on kinship care resources.

OLHSA respects the privacy of our clients and we do not sell your personal information.

OLHSA, A Community Action Agency, is funded in whole or in part by the Older Americans Act, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and Bureau of Aging, Community Living, and Supports (ACLS Bureau) through the Area Agency of Aging 1-B. OLHSA complies with the terms and regulations of the Title V of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended and Section 504 of the Social Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and is an Equal opportunity employer. Reasonable accommodation will be provided upon notification or request. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.